The airport is located 25 Km east of Gothenburg. Busses run daily about every 15 minutes into town which cost about
You can also get to Gothenburg by train or bus.
The tram and buss communications are good in Gothnburg and you rarly have to wait more then 10 minutes to get where you are going.
With trams of course! This is the best way to get around as a matter of fact. And february the 10'th we get two more tram lines. The number 10 and the number 11. Yay! Well..anyway..they work fine most of the time. All but the number 7, that never seems to be able to be in time.
By plane to the main Landvetter airport (scheduled flights with SAS, Lufthansa, BA, Air France etc.) or the more central but small Saeve airport (Ryanair).
One thing I like about Gothemburg is the trams. They're comfortable, cheap, safe and, above all, above the ground so while going to my friend's place, I do some sightseeing too!
Easy to reach , downtown area, with Internatinal Bus system take u to Norway, Denmak, Germany etc.
Next to the train station.
In 1745, the East Indiaman Gotheborg fully laden on homecoming from China after a two year long voyage ran into a rock in the Gothenburg port entrance and sank.
If you travel by train, you will arrive at the Central Station. It's just a few walking minutes to the Nordstan, the biggest shopping mall I've ever seen.
The Stena Line ferries goes to Germany (Kiel) and Denmark. To Denmark there is a fast ferry and you can go there just over the day.
When we left the ferry we were shuttled to the Volvo factory in a Volvo limousine. I have never before felt so much like a movie star!
The city has lagest port in Scandinavia. I saw there ships even from Singapore. Also banana companies and fish terminale.
I took a ferry from Denmark but you can also arrive by train very easily
bus and trolly system is very good
Stena Line brings you from Kiel, Germany to Göteborg in someting like 15 hours and also has offers like the day trip we took!